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Author Guidelines

Manuscript Structure:

Your manuscript's layout will be determined by the type of article you're writing. Study and case reports, analyses, and clinical trials, on the other hand, share a variety of characteristics. The introduction and history, a summary of the literature, the debate, and the conclusion are all included. The quest strategy and a section on critical assessment of the studies included in the study are also included in systematic and integrative reviews.


The introduction should clarify why the current study is being conducted, as well as situate the research subject and study within the current research landscape. The intention statement you make at the end of this section should be the culmination of all you said in your introduction. When you write, keep your mission statement in front of you and make sure that all of the information you provide is specifically related to it.


This section of the text contains the critical information for other scientists to reproduce the study experiments and for general readers to better understand the study. A clinical or scientific manuscript Methods section should detail the procedures or techniques used.


The collected data is presented in an ordered manner in the results section. All measurements mentioned in the materials and methods section must be recorded in the results section, in the same order as they were in the materials and methods section. Without spending too much time reading this section, readers should be able to understand your findings.


The discussion main goal is to clarify the significance of the findings. A good discussion section expands on the particular findings to their wider implications, which can then be linked to the general context provided in the introduction to optimise the overall manuscript impact.


The conclusion is a separate, final paragraph that should convey a succinct and straightforward message while avoiding repetition of previously stated concepts. The reader should be able to see how and why you came to your conclusions.


The author's name, followed by the year in parentheses, should be given at the appropriate place in the text when citing literature references. The first author's name should be preceded by et al. if there are more than two authors. Any citation in the text should be included in the list of references, and vice versa. The initials of the quoted author(s), the title of the paper referred to, the title of the journal, the year, the number, and the first and last pages of the article must all be included in the bibliography.

Publication Charges

Article publication charges (APCs), which can be charged by the authors, institutions, funders, or scholars, cover the costs of high-quality open access publishing in Global Journal of Cancer Case Reports.

Accepted papers will be charged $ 500 USD to retain the open-access mode, ensure the strict reviewing and editing process, provide useful comments, and provide efficient publication service to the authors.

On request, waiver on article publishing charges for authors will be considered, and may be issued in situations where the author has a genuine reason.

APC waiver application should be submitted at the same time of submission. Requests submitted during the review process or after the manuscript has been accepted will not be considered.